Month: June 2019 Archives

SundayJune 30, 2019

SBA official stops in West Virginia, pitches resources

Mid-Atlantic Regional Administrator Michelle Christian made multiple stops in West Virginia last week.

Justice declares state of emergency following eastern mountain flash flooding

Meteorologists say storms were back-building over several counties.

Questions remain about letter that shifted Emergency Management to Adjutant General

County emergency managers and legislators question whether letter has power of law.

Lane excited about return to state Public Service Commission

Former member starts second term as PSC chair Monday.

Significant flash flooding in eastern mountain counties

Fire captain says some areas received at least four inches of rain in a couple of hours Sunday morning.

As NCAA tweaks transfer rules, WVU’s Simmons grateful for year off

The NCAA is trying to make it harder for players to play without sitting out a year after transferring schools -- a practice which suited current West Virginia receiver T.J. Simmons just fine.

Logan County man dead following ATV collision

The accident occurred on Saturday night.

Large blaze at Follansbee plant was a controlled fire

Plant officials used this because of a power failure.

Wheeling Suspension Bridge closed until further notice

An overweight bus drove on it on Saturday night.

SaturdayJune 29, 2019

Prison time in law firm theft case

Charleston man sentenced to 18 months in federal prison.

Numbers change on how many RISE flood relief cases are still out there

RISE first went through and added more cases; more recently has been removing applicants who can't be reached.

Adrian scores 29 points in Morgantown’s first alumni game

Former WVU player leads Team Red to 116-100 win.

Morgantown junior rifle club begins to flex shooting muscle

The Mason-Dixon Rifle Jr. Rifle Club is starting to flourish with regular trips to national competition and now four shooters at the NCAA level

Warner giving extra time for businesses to file annual reports because of tornado

Power service was hit and miss at the capitol for a few days.

Beckley VAMC hosts inaugural “Hero Games” competition

An expansion of the games is anticipated, as more community partners become involved.

The Peculiar Legend of the Morgantown Snake (AUDIO)

Dominion Post Live takes a look at month-long headline grabber.

Body found in Kanawha River

Police do not suspect foul play.